Monastery Of San Jeronimo De Granada, Granada

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Monastery Of San Jeronimo De Granada, Granada - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Calle Rector López Argueta, 9, 18001 Granada, Spain

Phone: +34-958279337

Ticket Price: 4 EUR

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Time Required: 00:30 Mins

Timings: 10:00 am - 07:30 pm Details

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The Saint Jerome Monastery is a Roman Catholic church in Granada and is cherished for its Renaissance architecture. The architect in charge of the church was the sculptor Diego de Siloé who designed the stunning alter with statues and paintings that cover the space from the floor to the ceiling.

The art-work is the highlight of the Monastery with Moorish influences, murals and rare paintings that represent various biblical stories.

Monastery Of San Jeronimo De Granada Ticket Prices

  • Admission: Euros 4 per person. Direct sale at the ticket office of the monument itself.

How To reach Monastery Of San Jeronimo De Granada by Public Transport

  • By Bus: San Juan de Dios 7
  • By Taxi
  • On Foot

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  • Better than the Catedral. the frescos are amazing

  • Very nice, despite that the entrance is not well indicated so it's not easy to spot

  • Do yourself a favour, stop in here for a 'take your breath away' moment as you step inside the main cathedral. 4 euro well spent.

  • Worth a look although the lighting and interpretation are not nearly as good as Granada Cathedral the Basilica of San Juan. An interesting style where all the walls and ceilings are painted as works of art.

  • The chapel is beautiful and definitely worth a visit. Cloisters were fun to walk around too.

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